Time to swap camper trailer wheels for roller skates.
It’s time for the last stop on our virtual vintage voyage month of June.
Today we have not one, not two but three incredible people for you to meet!
Ladies and gentlemen meet the Rollin’ Ragdolls!
Dr Colleen Darnell in Egypt with a 1970’s Land rover in front of a house built in 1906!
So every week on the podcast I nerd out a little. I can’t help it. I get to talk to my people! Those that share a passion for vintage and who have incredible collections or have achieved amazing things.
But this weeks episode pushes my nerdy fan girl to the very edge! This week we aren’t just talking to a beautiful 1920’s dame, you get to meet an Egyptologist with an incredible vintage flare!
Ladies and Gentlemen, meet Dr Colleen Darnell!!!
(photo: Ripple Digital Designs)
This week we are running away and joining the circus!
What is it about that big top, the acrobats, trapeze artists and clowns that inspire us to dream of a life travelling the world performing.
But what if you made the dream a reality?
Ladies and gentlemen, meet Adele La Belle!
This week we are taking a virtual tour of Australia’s longest running milk bar.
You might expect it to be based in Sydney or Melbourne but that’s not the case. This piece of history can be found in the remote mining town of Broken Hill.
So pull up a chair and get ready to devour a milkshake at Bells Milk Bar.
Lucy Watusi on tour in Japan with The Beehives Go Go Dancers. Photo by @kazuyuki_n
We are sharing some fun loving 1960’s vibes on the podcast this week.
Before you hit play you need your dancing shoes, a bottle of water and 100% energy.
We are going Go-Go Dancing with Lucy Watusi, one of the members of the Beehive Go-Go Dancers.
Pack your bags because we are off to a new city this week.
We are jumping on a train and travelling to the capital of Australia, Canberra to meet Bonita from Lavender and Twill.
What I love about meeting people from around the world with a love of vintage is the communities they belong to.
Sometimes those communities are online, via social media, they can be at yearly events and festivals or living right next door.
Wherever they are the community the develops around our vintage passions are strong and supportive and this weeks episode is a shining example of that!